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10 Love Songs to Add To Your Playlist

People have very strong opinions when it comes to selecting wedding music. In fact, music ought to be selected based upon a whole lot of factors. For instance, there will be a whole lot of restrictions placed on a ceremony that takes place in a house of worship. Similarly, themed events require appropriately chosen music.

Even so, there are certain songs that are just perfect as wedding music because they are timeless ballads. These love songs help emphasize the romantic nature of the event. They are absolutely perfect for the new couple to have their first dance to. You'll definitely need something intensely romantic to dance to in order to celebrate being newly married!
 
Your guests will also love dancing to these numbers because they are well-known hits. Make sure that you add some of them to your play list for your reception; you can be sure that your guests will make a beeline to the dance floor with their significant others. Think about adding the following beautiful songs to your play list:

  • The Way You Look Tonight (by Tony Bennett)
  • At Last (by Etta James)
  • Power of Lover (by Luther Vandross)
  • We Belong Together (by Mariah Carey)
  • Hopelessly Devoted To You (by Olivia Newton John)
  • Nothing Compares 2 U (by Sinead O'Connor)
  • Tonight I Celebrate My Love (by Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack)
  • That's The Way Love Goes (by Janet Jackson)
  • I Just Want To Be Your Everything (by Andy Gibb)
  • Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic (by The Police)

Some of the most popular romantic songs do sound over the top or even cheesy, but you are allowed a certain amount of latitude at occasions such as weddings. After all, this is when the average person does expect to be swept away by romantic feelings and get quite misty eyed!

You do have to discuss your song list with your band. Some of the songs mentioned here require a high degree of musical virtuosity and the singers you have hired might not necessarily possess it. Have a detailed discussion with your band regarding your preferences for wedding music so that both parties can come to a mutually satisfying agreement. This way, you can be sure that your guests will have a truly great time and you too will have wonderful memories of the most special day of your life.